Peter Pan and Go, Dog. Go! Auditions

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Auditions for Peter Pan and Go, Dog. Go! will be held Saturday, April 13, and Sunday, April 14, in Rooms 118/120 of the Arts and Sciences Building on the campus of IHCC in Ottumwa, Iowa.

What do I need to do to audition for Peter Pan or Go, Dog. Go!?

  1. Choose an appropriate audition time based on your age from the list located below*. Plan to stay for the entire audition period.
  2. Download and print the audition form.
  3. Arrive 10-15 minutes before the start of your preferred audition time and turn in your completed audition form to the attendant.
  4. For the audition, be prepared as indicated in each age category. An accompanist will be
    provided. If a prepared vocal selection is required for your age category, please bring a copy of your music for the accompanist.
  5. You are free to leave once your audition is complete.

* Please note, if you are unavailable for the scheduled audition times, you may call 641-680-1409 to make special arrangements.

SATURDAY–April 13

9 a.m. to 10 a.m. – Children currently enrolled in grades 3, 4, & 5

  • Wear comfortable clothes in order to move easily
  • Tennis shoes or jazz shoes
  • Sing “Happy Birthday to You”
  • Participate in warm-up activities and movement to music

10 a.m. to 11 a.m. – Children currently enrolled in grades 6, 7, & 8

  • Same as above

11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. – Students currently enrolled in grades 9, 10, 11, or 12

  • Please note: High school students are eligible to audition for GO, DOG, GO! and/or PETER PAN
  • Wear comfortable clothes in order to move easily (e.g. tennis or jazz shoes)
  • Sing prepared vocal selection; 16 bars or 1 minute music
  • Participate in warm-up activities and movement to music

1 p.m. to 2 p.m. – Adults (i.e. college and older)

  • Wear comfortable clothes in order to move easily (e.g. tennis or jazz shoes)
  • Sing prepared vocal selection; 16 bars or 1 minute or music
  • Participate in warm up activities and movement to music

SUNDAY–April 14

1 p.m. to 2 p.m. – Children currently enrolled in grades 3, 4, & 5

  • Wear comfortable clothes in order to move easily
  • Tennis shoes or jazz shoes
  • Sing “Happy Birthday to You”
  • Participate in warm-up activities and movement to music

2 p.m. to 3 p.m. – Children currently enrolled in grades 6, 7, & 8

  • Same as above

3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. – Students currently enrolled in grades 9, 10, 11, or 12

  • Please note: High school students are eligible to audition for GO, DOG, GO! and/or PETER PAN
  • Wear comfortable clothes in order to move easily (e.g. tennis or jazz shoes)
  • Sing prepared vocal selection; 16 bars or 1 minute music
  • Participate in warm-up activities and movement to music

5 p.m. to 6 p.m. – Adults (i.e. college and older)

  • Wear comfortable clothes in order to move easily (e.g. tennis or jazz shoes)
  • Sing prepared vocal selection; 16 bars or 1 minute or music
  • Participate in warm-up activities and movement to music

Summary of Roles – Peter Pan

  • Peter Pan: He is played by a woman; an alto A boy who does not want to grow up, who can fly.

The Darling Family, both generations

  • Wendy Moira Angela Darling: the eldest of the Darling children. She is a soprano
  • John Darling: Wendy’s younger brother. He is a boy soprano
  • Michael Darling: Wendy’s youngest brother. He is a boy soprano
  • Mrs. Mary Darling, their mother; can be played by a non-singing actress, but
  • nevertheless she sings in two musical numbers
  • Nana, the dog; non-singin
  • Liza, the family’s maid; alto
  • Jane, Wendy’s daughter; non-singing role

The Lost Boys (and some Girls!) of Neverland — 20 characters

  • Slightly Soiled, the most conceited. Boy soprano
  • Tootles, the youngest one. Boy soprano
  • Twin #1 boy soprano, Twin #2 boy soprano, Curly boy soprano, Nibs boy soprano

Tiger Lily, the princess of the Indian tribe; alto

Never Neverland Indians, 15-20 characters. Male and Female. Dancers needed.  No singing.

The Pirates — 15-20 characters; young adult to older males

  • Smee, Hook’s comedic sidekick; non-singing role
  • Starkey, Bill Jukes, Cecco, Noodler, Mullins

Animals in Never Neverland — these animals, like Nana, are played by people in costumes making animals noises, but with no dialogue.

Summary of Roles – Go, Dog. Go!

7-10 ensemble cast of males and females/singing and non-singing. GO, DOG. GO! is a kinetic, organic and energetic ensemble piece!  The actors play many parts and are continually on stage.  We will be looking for high energy and a willingness to move and create as a team.

Directions

Indian Hills Community College is located at 525 Grandview Ave in Ottumwa, Iowa. Campus maps are located at each of the entrances.